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CRDF Global Affiliated Expert Scott Jones Explores the Future of American Dual-Use Technologies

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CRDF Global Affiliated Expert Scott Jones Explores the Future of American Dual-Use Technologies

Largely the result of European space and defense manufacturer design outs, the “U.S. International Trade in Arms Regulations-free” movement began in the 1990s. Since that time, the ITAR-free movement has diffused into other industry sectors and regions. For example, in 2017, the German Ministry of Defence announced tenders for new assault rifles for the German armed forces. The tender included an ITAR-free exclusion criterion not only for the rifles but for supplies as well. India’s space program is working with vendors on the basis of ITAR-free systems.

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